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Forensic Law, as an integral branch of legal science, brings together aspects from both disciplines in order to investigate and resolve criminal cases. From evidence collection and analysis to expert witness testimonies, Forensic Law serves the goal of upholding justice through criminal proceedings by using scientific techniques like DNA testing, fingerprint evaluations and ballistic testing as reliable forms of proof in court proceedings. With Forensic Law playing such an integral role in upholding principles such as fairness, accuracy and accountability within criminal justice systems worldwide.
A crime scene is any physical scene, anywhere that may provide potential evidence to an investigator. It may include a person’s body, any type of building, vehicles, and places in the open air or objects found at those locations (UNODC). “Crime scene investigation” therefore refers to an investigation where forensic or scientific techniques are used to preserve and gather physical evidence of a crime, or as stated by Vaux (2011) a crime scene investigation is an examination of the scene of a crime for any clues or evidence that may lead police to a suspect.View More >>
Developments in forensic science have led to its emergence as an essential aspect of the justice and legal system, right from the crime scene to the courtroom, throughout the world.View More >>
The Australian government has used an offshore processing practice with respect to asylum seekers to Australia since 2001. Under an agreement known as the Pacific Solution, Australia uses Nauru and Papua New Guinea’s Manus Island for the purpose of processing of asylum seekers outside of Australia. It is known that the practice of offshore processing was devised by the Australian government for the purpose of deterring the arrival of asylum seekers by boat to Australia and instead that such refugees be transported to the islands where they can stay in refugee camps while their refugee claims are processed. At the time of its inception, the Pacific Solution was used to process asylum claims of refugees from Afghanistan but over the years the same policy has been used to process the refugees from other parts of the world. Since 2013, the offshore processing practice has been applied by the Australian government under the Pacific Solution agreement wherein the asylum seekers who arrive to Australia by boat are transported to Papua New Guinea where their refugee claims are processed.View More >>
The report considers the crime scene investigation requirements for the Arthur murder case. This case involves the death of a 42 year old man, Paul Smith, whose body was found at his home in suspicious circumstancesView More >>
Market abuse regulation has been a part of the UK law since 2003 when the EU market abuse directive (MAD) was implemented in the UK to reduce market abuse. The MAD was subsequently replaced by the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) in 2016View More >>